Vol. 3, no. 3-4 (double-issue) of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published March/April 1893.
An Admirable Statement of the Merits of the Phonograph A Leading New York Merchant A Noted Record Maker, Dan Kelly, of Cincinatti, OH A New Field for Bread Winners Another Triumph for the Phonograph A Soothsayer and Admonisher Authors and Publishers A V(o)ice Everybody Approves Of Cabinets Made for J. Pierpont Morgan Change Current News Directions for Adjusting "Wright" Action for Operating Phonograph in Nickel-in-the-Slot Cases Electric Devices in Berlin Ever Varying, Ever New Exhibition of the Phonograph in the Auditorium of the Drexel Institute Expert Opinion Fact Stranger than Fiction From the Crescent City Headquarters of the North American Phonograph Company, Edison Building, New York How Musical Records are Made Hungarian Telephonic News Service Improvements in Phonograph Records Is the Phonograph Difficult to Operate It's a Wise Man That Knows His Own Voice Musical Bulletins Nature is God's Phonograph Need of a Railway Annunciator Noble Edifices and their Exhibits Plan to Forward the Interests of the People in the Matter of Common Roads Points on the Automatic Reproducer Poughkeepsie Enterprise Prize for High Schools Scholars Shorthand Cripples Enemies to the Profession Testimonial from the Westinghouse Cable Company to the Company The Columbian Era The Phonograph in Missionary Work The African and the Phonograph The Columbian Exposition from a Moral, Intellectual and Political Standpoint The Edison Phonograph in Canada The Educational Phonograph at the World's Fair The Infringement of Editorial Rights The Phonograph at Sea The Phonograph Club The Phonograph Uniting the Nations Trade Notes United by Common Interests
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Virginia H. McRae for the North American Phonograph Company between 1891 and 1893. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
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